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1Dez Bryant26DAL1311.7Dez continues to show elite talent, finishing with 93 receptions, 1,233 yards and 13 touchdowns in 2013 but needs to keep off-the-field issues in check
2A.J. Green26CIN2242.7Green dominated again in 2013 just narrowly missing 100 catches and stays solidly despite being hit with the injury bug a bit in 2014
3Calvin Johnson29DET3153.0At age 29 and having been dinged throughout 2014, there are some minor concerns but he's still an elite dynasty WR.
4Julio Jones25ATL5423.7An absolute monster on the field, Julio is returning from a broken foot in 2014 (elite but an injury concern)
5Demaryius Thomas27DEN4534.0A monster 92-1,430-14 TD stat-line last year, DT is a near lock to be Top 10 as long as Peyton Manning is in town
6Antonio Brown26PIT6666.0Brown is a dominant force in the Pittsburgh passing game and is in for another season pushing 100 receptions. Don't be fooled by his smallish stature.
7Alshon Jeffery24CHI8898.3Jeffery broke out in a BIG way in 2013 putting together an 89-1421-7 stat line and more than a few highlight reel catches. Expect more of the same for a long time to come.
8Jordy Nelson29GBP107109.0Jordy put up big stats in 2013 to the tune of 85 catches, 1314 yards and 8 TDs and continues a familiar pace in 2014
9Mike Evans (R)21TBB7121110.0Redzone opportunities will probably determine Evans' success level in the short term. He's got big potential and should show it sooner than later.
10Odell Beckham Jr (R)22NYG914710.09Beckham is getting more work than expected with Cruz going on IR and is showing his playmaking ability. Keep an eye on him.
11Randall Cobb24GBP149810.3Can he be used as often as GB would like and hold up to 16 games? Therein lies the risk, but if he can he should be at the top of league reception list.
12Kelvin Benjamin (R)23CAR12111312.0Kelvin is "wowing" already. He has a lot to learn, but just being Cam's bailout policy should result in happy owners
13Sammy Watkins (R)21BUF11131212.0Sammy is displaying his playmaking potential already and will be a mainstay in this Buffalo offense for a long while.
14Brandon Marshall30MIA13101713.3-6Target monster - All Marshall does is rack up 100 catch seasons and 2013 was the 5th such season of his 8-year career
15Josh Gordon23CLE15171415.3Clearly an elite talent but suspended for most of the 2014 season. As quickly as he returned he got himself into trouble with the Browns again though. Knucklehead factor defined.
16T.Y. Hilton25IND17161516.0Posted an impressive 82-1083-5 season in 2013. He's a playmaker but his target numbers need to improve.
17DeAndre Hopkins22HOU18151616.3After a solid rookie season Nuk is looking for a massive production increase and establishing himself as a top target in Houston.
18Jordan Matthews (R)22PHI19201919.35JMatt hit the jackpot in Chip Kelly's offense and they seem to realize he can be a massive slot option. High floor.
19Michael Floyd25ARI16192419.7Floyd closed out 2013 with a 66-1054-5 stat line. In 2014 he has surpassed Larry Fitzgerald as the clear favorite in the Arizona passing game.
20Percy Harvin26NYJ24182020.7-5Traded to the New York Jets mid-season means a down year for Harvin. He's a playmaker at heart but who know's where his head is at.
21Jeremy Maclin26PHI20212221.05Maclin stayed healthy in 2014 and was a top 10 WR. He's a very solid WR.
22Keenan Allen22SDC30221823.3Allen took defenses by surprise in his rookie season, but he doesn't have that luxury this year. Defenses will be focusing on him, and we're witnessing a regression as a result.
23Emmanuel Sanders27DEN21292123.75Sanders is a solid possession receiver and signing with Denver looks to be exactly what he needed to finally shine. Making Wes Welker nearly irrelevant says something about his skill level.
24Michael Crabtree27SFO25262324.7-3Crabtree and Kaepernick have yet to fully put it together. There should be no more excuses for a top 12 season. Put up or shut up time.
25Pierre Garcon29WAS27242625.7Garcon's second season as a Redskin had him setting a franchise record with 113 catches, 1,346 yards and 5 TDs. It's unlikely he repeats that number of catches again but he's still a solid wideout.
26Victor Cruz28NYG22253025.7-4Cruz's skillset is taylor made for the west coast offense and he's a very good WR. Unfortunately he tore his ACL and went on IR just 6 games into the 2014 season.
27Brandin Cooks (R)21NOS29232826.7The speedster found an ideal home and is already flashing. Cooks looks to fill a combination "Lance Moore/Darren Sproles" role for the Saints.
28Cordarrelle Patterson23MIN23273628.7-3With Norv and a competant QB, Patterson is expected to flourish at some point but when will that happen soon enough for fantasy owners?
29Mike Wallace28MIA31332529.7Wallace is an undervalued dynasty asset. He's not elite but he can produce at a higher level than he's given credit for.
30Davante Adams (R)22GBP26343531.7May take a year or two for the crowd to thin on the Green Bay depth chart but Adams is showing his potential and will shine eventually.
31Allen Robinson (R)21JAX33303733.34Until Blackmon gets back (if he does) Allen is the only true prototypical WR1 option in JAX. His upside is huge if he can get on the field.
32Eric Decker27NYJ37352933.7Horrible landing spot in New York but Decker gets his chance to shine as an NFL WR1 and should continue to produce consistent, if not spectacular numbers.
33Donte Moncrief (R)21IND35363334.75Seemingly buried on the depth chart Moncrief has emerged as a freak talent and will to build chemistry with Luck.
34Andre Johnson33HOU28284935.0-3Andre is aging but he's a freak athlete and basically matchup proof when on the field.
35Larry Fitzgerald31ARI34314235.7Fitz is beginning to play second fiddle to an improving Malcolm Floyd as he ages. Could be in line for a new team in 2015.
36Vincent Jackson31TBB32324436.0VJAX is a consistent, dependable starter in the Tampa Bay offense. As Evans improves, so should Jackson's chances for production.
37DeSean Jackson28WAS41383136.7Desean goes to Washington and seems to be a favorite target in that offense. He's a boom-bust type player and if you hit him on his boom days you'll be very happy.
38Kendall Wright25TEN39393236.7-5Had a busy 94-catch sophomore season. An improving Justin Hunter will eat into his production and the QB situation is iffy at best. Look for similar but not better production going forward.
39Torrey Smith25BAL48402738.3Smith appears to have maxed his talent and potential and that appears to be in the WR3/4 range. Steve Smith coming in and shining says more about Torrey than it does about Steve.
40Justin Hunter23TEN40453439.7Hunter has added 15lbs and has improved. His stats should continue to as well, but don't be surprised if he is a 3 year project before he truly realizes his potential.
41Julian Edelman28NEP36474141.3As long as Edleman is in NE, he's a WR5 mascarding as a high upside WR2. Just don't be caught with him when he's not a Patriot anymore.
42Golden Tate26DET46423842.0Tate has improved every year and playing with Megatron is great for his game. So far in 2014 he's shown that playing with Megatron out is even better.
43Martavis Bryant (R)23PIT45444043.04Has shown some big play potential and is a great red zone target. Needs to bulk up quite a bit. Got a little Justin Hunter to him.
44Terrance Williams25DAL50374544.0In a prime position to produce opposite Dez in Dallas. He has a lot of potential, but just how good can he be?
45Roddy White33ATL38415444.3He's not getting any younger. Other than last year, however, Roddy has been a model of consistency and healthy. A healthy Julio opposite him should allow him to put up numbers regardless though.
46Jarvis Landry (R)22MIA47464345.37
47John Brown (R)24ARI55493947.778
48Brian Quick25STL42436148.7Quick finally displays the potential we all knew he had as a raw prospect and, in typical fashion, tears his rotator cuff and lands on IR right about that time.
49Marqise Lee (R)23JAX52484648.7Lee will continue fighting with Cecil Shorts for a role in this passing offense. He's been busy fighting the injury bug as well.
50Rueben Randle23NYG44515349.3-5Randle is in a perfect situatino to produce big with Cruz out for the year. He should thrive and if he doesn't it tells us just as much as if he does.
51Cody Latimer (R)22DEN51564751.3Beastly potential but will it be realized before Manning signs his retirement papers?
52Justin Blackmon24JAX43655052.7Similar to Gordon in both talent and risk. Blackmon puts up numbers when he's on the field but just can't seem to stay out of trouble.
53Cecil Shorts27JAX53545754.7Dependant on not being the primary receiving threat. As a complimentary WR, Shorts can be a solid WR3
54Dwayne Bowe30KCC56575556.0Tough to get excited about anyone reliant on Alex Smith. Wouldn't want him as anything more than a WR4/5.
55Markus Wheaton23PIT49536856.7-3Hand injuries held Wheaton to 6 catches in 2013 as a rookie and he's starting to be outplayed by rookie Martavis Bryant.
56Duron Carter23UFA71525158.0The dynamic son of Hall of Famer Cris Carter showed what he can do in the CFL and will soon bring his talents to the NFL. Off field issues will be a concern.
57Marques Colston31NOS57626260.3Remarkably consistent, Colston averages 1,041 yards per season in eight years although knee issues remain a concern. Solid depth at this point in his career.
58Greg Jennings31MIN60507461.3Jennings will be reliant on the evolution of Teddy Bridgewater as a passer which is not ideal for guaranteed production.
59Marvin Jones24CIN63635861.3Marvin flashed with a few big games in '13 and had a decent season but misses the entire '14 campaign due to injury.
60Charles Johnson25MIN67556562.320
61Wes Welker33DEN58646963.7-5At 32 years of age concussions are definitely a factor but Welker is suffering more from the spectacular play of Emmanuel Sanders than his health these days.
62Steve Smith35BAL54776063.7-3He's shown us he can still play at an extremely high level, but at 35, the end is near.
63Kenny Britt26STL65725664.33Has been on his best behavior for awhile now. Quick going down for the year due to injury means Britt is presented with an opportunity to wow.. or disappoint.
64Hakeem Nicks26IND59696765.0Nicks has not yet played a full season and will be replaced by Moncrief. His value is dipping dramatically as owners can pretty much give up on him returning to his early-career form.
65Brandon LaFell28NEP62864865.36Fairly solid #2 WR who flashes talent and has minimal competition in Carolina, but LaFell averages just 41-598-3 TDs over four seasons and remains inconsistent.
66Anquan Boldin34SFO61706665.7Boldin a solid NFL WR but he turned 34 and age is becoming a big factor in his value.
67Andrew Hawkins28CLE68597166.0-7Hawkins impressed occasionally with limited work in Cinci and has become a PPR monster after gaining a significant role in Cleveland.
68Tavon Austin23STL70587367.0Austin is a big-play threat and could develop but he's a boom or bust player who has yet to really emerge. Bradford going down AGAIN hurts his breakout capability as well.
69James Jones30OAK64607767.0-6Oakland isn't a fantastic landing spot but he has gone from the #3 option in GB to a top option on his new team.
70Andre Holmes26OAK69686467.0Holmes is a big man at 6'4" 210 and boasts a 4.45 forty time which is an impressive combination; a high upside dynasty prospect with lots of room to develop
71Doug Baldwin26SEA76675967.3With the departure of Percy Harvin, Baldwin steps into the starting lineup and has a damn fine QB throwing to him in Russell Wilson.
72Kenny Stills22NOS77735267.3Looks like Stills could be lost in the Devery Henderson role as the occassional "wow" guy that has a 4-140-2 game and then disappears for 3 games.
73Robert Woods22BUF72667069.3-3Woods is an average talent who is capable of putting up numbers in the right situation but offers little upside.
74Mohamed Sanu25CIN74716369.3-9Sanu has large hands and is very tough to bring down in the open field. With injuries to every other Cincinatti WR in 2014 he got his opportunity and has shined.
75Reggie Wayne36IND66747872.7-8A solid veteran presence for Andrew Luck, but his best days are behind him at age 35 and he'll put up sporadic numbers until he retires.
76Stedman Bailey24STL79618073.311
77Riley Cooper27PHI75767675.7-3Cooper came on strong in the Chip Kelley offense after Maclin went down for the year in 2013 but his talent just won't hold up with new-comer Jordan Matthews.
78Allen Hurns (R)23JAX80757978.0
79Steve Johnson28SFO81827278.3-4Johnson is very mundane, solid and unspectacular - now with the 49ers he is no longer a primary target
80Aaron Dobson23NEP88817581.3Dobson drew poor-man Randy Moss comparisons with his size and Marshall background, but has failed to impress the coaching staff, much less fantasy owners and isn't currently a fantasy factor
81Brian Hartline28MIA73898682.7
82Danny Amendola29NEP83878585.0-5We thought he was only held back by injuries but it's now clear he's just not good enough to be a focal point in an offense desperate for receiving threats.
83Jarrett Boykin25GBP788510087.7
84Miles Austin30CLE84909088.0-5Still a talented WR but he's been consistently nicked-up and his best days are behind him.
85Jarius Wright25MIN99798989.0Wright looks to have locked down the Minnesota #3 WR role
86Nate Washington31TEN90978189.3
87Brian Tyms25NEP808490.3
88Andre Roberts26WAS861038290.3
89Marquess Wilson22CHI103789190.75
90Taylor Gabriel (R)25CLE101888390.7-8
91Jermaine Kearse24SEA92939292.3
92Denarius Moore26OAK85959993.0
93Malcom Floyd33SDC828393.7
94Jeremy Gallon (R)24UFA849495.0-8
95Harry Douglas30ATL959210497.0
96Kenbrell Thompkins26NEP1048899.75
97Da'Rick Rogers24IND8710299.7
98Vincent Brown25UFA9695100.3
99Rod Streater26OAK9894110100.7
100Josh Boyce24NEP87101.33
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